A&O’s tips on fusing legal and technology

Partner and innovative head of magic circle law firm shares the firm’s tips for collaborating with clients and technologists to develop solutions

A&O’s tips on fusing legal and technology

In September 2017, Allen & Overy launched Fuse to provide a venue for tech companies, Allen & Overy lawyers, technologists and clients to collaborate, develop and test legal regulatory and deal-related solutions. To date, thirteen tech companies have participated in Fuse.

One – Legatics – has recently been signed on to roll out its intelligent deal platform across A&O’s banking practice globally.

At this year’s Legal Tech Summit, Jonathan Brayne, Partner at Allen & Overy, will share how Fuse has been instrumental in:

  • Creating a “tech radar” to help educate about tech-enabled solutions for legal, transactional and regulatory challenges faced by firms and clients
  • Fostering engagement with technology among lawyers and clients – crystallising ideas that may already exist and prompting responses to the opportunities that technology presents

The firm said Fuse builds on its advance delivery projects aimed at meeting the changing needs of clients.

Australasian Lawyer is offering readers Super Saver tickets to this must-attend event.

To find out more go to http://legaltechsummit.com.au/

The Legal Tech Summit will be held at the Westin Sydney on Wednesday 31 October.


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